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    Portugal’s Eurovision win comes with €50 million price tag
    May15

    Portugal’s Eurovision win comes with €50 million price tag

    Hundreds of deliriously happy, proud countrymen and women turned out in brilliant technicolour at Lisbon airport yesterday to welcome ‘the returning hero’ from Eurovision in Kiev – a slightly bemused Salvador Sobral. But as Sobral wondered out loud how he was going to “deal with all this”, there was another uncomfortable question in...

    Portugal gets odds of 9/4 in Eurovision final in Kiev on Saturday
    May11

    Portugal gets odds of 9/4 in Eurovision final in Kiev on Saturday

    Extraordinary though it may seem, Portugal is one of the finalists with a good chance at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev. In a competition “dominated by songs in English”, Salvador Sobral’s rendition of ‘Amar pelos dois’ (Love for Two), written by his sister Luísa has stolen people’s hearts. Tweet …read...

    Portugal gets odds of 9/4 Eurovision final in Kiev on Saturday
    May11

    Portugal gets odds of 9/4 Eurovision final in Kiev on Saturday

    Extraordinary though it may seen, Portugal is one of the finalists with a good chance at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev. In a competition “dominated by songs in English”, Salvador Sobral’s rendition of ‘Amar pelos dois’ (Love for Two), written by his sister Luísa has stolen people’s hearts. Tweet …read...

    Loulé homeless man’s death “was murder”
    Apr20

    Loulé homeless man’s death “was murder”

    An autopsy into the death in a Loulé carpark of a homeless man from the Ukraine has discovered what police suspected all along: he was murdered, very possibly by the two friends who ‘discovered the body’ early on the morning of April 6 (click here). . The men told police at the time that they found their friend alive, and that he told them...

    Police arrest two men suspected of killing homeless Ukrainian in Loulé
    Apr19

    Police arrest two men suspected of killing homeless Ukrainian in Loulé

    PJ police have arrested two men suspected of killing a 54-year-old Ukrainian homeless man in a makeshift carpark in Loulé this month. The men, aged 44 and 45, are accused of “strangling the man to death” after an argument and are due to be heard in court. All three men reportedly lived in cars at the carpark and, according to locals, “drank a...

    Homeless Ukrainian found dead in Loulé
    Apr06

    Homeless Ukrainian found dead in Loulé

    An investigation is underway in Loulé after a 54-year-old Ukrainian man was found dead in a makeshift carpark . The man, who was apparently homeless and living in a car, was found early this morning with various injuries, particularly to his face. He was allegedly discovered by two friends who maintain he was alive at the time, and told them he...

    Portugal to provide treatment and rehab to wounded Ukrainian soldiers
    Jan17

    Portugal to provide treatment and rehab to wounded Ukrainian soldiers

    The official website of Ukraine’s Ministry of Defence has announced that “Portugal is ready to provide treatment and rehabilitation for Ukrainian wounded soldiers”. According to the short statement, the two countries’ defence ministers have discussed “cooperation in military medicine” and the treatment and rehabilitation of Ukrainian...

    Desperate mother’s search for missing son reveals he has been two weeks in psychiatric hospital in UK
    Oct21

    Desperate mother’s search for missing son reveals he has been two weeks in psychiatric hospital in UK

    A desperate mother’s almost three-week search for her missing son has ended with him being ‘found’ in a psychiatric hospital in the UK. According to Galnya Lavriv, there is nothing wrong with her 25-year-old medical student son, Volodymyr who has dual Ukrainian and Portuguese nationality. “He is very well”, the delighted woman has...

    Ebola-like tick death in Spain prompts “reinforced vigilance” in Portugal
    Sep16

    Ebola-like tick death in Spain prompts “reinforced vigilance” in Portugal

    An unprecedented Ebola-like death following a tick bite in Spain has led Portuguese health chiefs to reinforce vigilance at health centres in the centre of the country. Noticiasaominuto explains this is national territory “closest to Spain” and thus the most likely to see patients who might become affected. The death, which happened in August,...

    Goals galore!
    Jul26

    Goals galore!

    Olhanense had a field day on the José Arcanjo Stadium’s new playing surface as they trounced Algarve football champions Armacenenses 7-0. A brace apiece from Aguilar, Viera and Doudou Mangni plus a sweet strike from trialist Fabrício completed a workmanlike performance against the outfit from Armação de Pêra. Fabrício, a lively prospect who...

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